New Music from Adrian B. King & Company (Latter Rain)

King’s court music’s own Adrian B. King once again steps into the spotlight with his “prophetic song of promise…with a little “swag” entitled “Latter Rain!   This lead single from king’s highly anticipated “still…my earnest desire” project prophetically declares that “greater is on the way for the believer”, with both a catchy vibe and a contemporary feel.  With the vocal precision and skilled musicianship of ABK’s “dream team” (the company”), latter rain simply put is a “must hear”!  Today’s freshness personified.

King, affectionately called “A.B.K.” and his 9 member ensemble “company” are set and ready to take the listener on a praise, worship and celebration experience.  Their ministry has taken them across the length of the U.S. including Los Angeles, CA., Philadelphia, PA., St. Louis, mo., New Orleans, LA., Detroit, MI., and Louisville, KY.,  just to name a few.  With his uncanny ability to pen songs that capture the very heart of praise and worship, Adrian b. king has become one of the nation’s most sought after songwriters, musicians and worship leaders.  King’s musical influences include Donald Lawrence, Kurt Carr, Israel Houghton, the late min. Thomas Whitfield and the legendary Richard Smallwood just to name a few.

Adrian B. King is no stranger to the gospel music industry as he has been afforded the opportunity to pen songs for recording artists including Dr. Charles G. Hayes and the Warriors (writer of Worthy of the Praise, the follow up radio single to the Stellar Award winning “Jesus Can Work It Out” project, the 2012 Stellar nominated Lonnie Hunter and Structure (writer of “Anyway”, radio single), and Bishop Larry D. Trotter and Sweet Holy Spirit Choir (writer of “Till The End”) from the chart topping “Tell The Devil I’m Back” project t as well  as “The Lord Is On My Side” from the “I Still Believe” project just to name a few.  ABK has also been blessed to share in music with gospel greats such as the Kurt Carr Singers and Ricky Dillard and New “G’ as a keyboardist.  Adrian B. King’s “Latter Rain” simply put is to “3 G” (Give God Glory).